For Immediate Release
Rose International CEO Named Influential Minority Business Leader
Rose CEO recognized as one of the top minority business leaders in St. Louis, MO.
ST. LOUIS (March 2, 2005) - Rose International CEO, Himanshu (Sue) Bhatia, has been recognized as a Most Influential Minority Business Leader by the St. Louis Business Journal.
This award recognizes Mrs. Bhatia for making an important contribution to the St. Louis business community, as well as her high standards of personal and professional integrity.
"Corporate America is recognizing and tapping into the vast talent and resources represented by minority and women entrepreneurs. Rose is a representative of such strong firms, and it's truly an honor to be recognized as one of the leading firms," said Mrs. Bhatia.
This award recognizes ethnic minorities who have influenced the St. Louis business community. This year, 26 were named influential minority business leaders.
Mrs. Bhatia will receive her award at the St. Louis Business Journal's awards luncheon in St. Louis on March 11.
About Rose International
Founded in 1993, St. Louis-based Rose International is a leader in providing information technology and business services to corporations and government agencies nationwide. With nearly 1,000 associates and steady revenue growth, Rose is recognized as one of the country's fastest-growing and most successful companies. For services and capabilities information, please see www.roseint.com .
In 2003, Rose received the SBA National Entrepreneurial Success award, and in 2001, CEO Himanshu Bhatia was named the Missouri Small-Business Person of the Year. The company has been consistently recognized for its success, having been named to the VARBusiness 500, Inc 500, St. Louis Regional Technology Top 50,Deloitte & Touche Fast 500 and Working Woman 500, among many other honors. Most recently, the company was named one of 12 Regional Suppliers of the Year by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).